Netflix's Wild Ride

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Right when you think there's no more Netflix (NAS: NFLX) news to be had, another bombshell is dropped. In late September we published an infographic tracking Netflix's 50% fall in just two months. At that time, the company had just announced a plan to split off Qwikster.

Well, it's been less than a month since that infographic ran, and Qwikster is already dead. Oh, and Amazon.com (NAS: AMZN) unveiled its tablet featuring heavy integration with its own streaming service. Then there have also been the content deals: Netlflix is teaming up with DreamWorks Animation and just signed a billion-dollar licensing deal with Time Warner and CBS for CW streaming rights. The major news surrounding Netflix just never seems to end.

So, without further ado, here's an updated graphic showing Netflix's wild ride over the summer and early fall.

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